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Academic Employment Network
Provides educators with a listing of current employment opportunities across the U.S. Users select the state they are interested in and receive a listing of jobs arranged by district and job title. The site also provides certification requirements for most states, as well as links to relocation services such as school district profiles and cost-of-living comparisons.
This site allows individuals to search education positions by keywords, state, and certification areas.
College Central Network
Educators can search for teaching, school counseling, and administration jobs according to state or discipline in College Central's online job bank. This site is tailored more towards the recent college graduate than the seasoned educator, however all job seekers can access the vacancy listings.
Posts education/teaching openings all across the downstate region.
Education America Network
Their searchable database includes vacancies available nationally and internationally. Informational links and sections are available as well. Note: Although these services are free the site requires you to register before content can be used. Some students may not feel comfortable doing so.
Education Job Openings
Search for jobs by location, position type, salary, key-word, employer, and more. Enter your job preferences and e-mail address, and each week they will send you any new jobs that match your choices.
This site lists K-12 teaching positions as well as administrative job vacancies available at public, private, and vocational schools. Users can also find information on certification requirements, education associations, and links to state departments of education.
Loan Forgiveness Program For Teachers
The Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue in the teaching profession.
Masters in ESL
Information about the general state of ESL teaching in each US state to help guide you in landing a great gig teaching English.
A new career site allowing the user to post a resume online and search a job bank for education purposes. MonsterTrak also lists job search tips, employer showcases, online career fairs, and career alumni networks.
NY Education Jobs
Since March, 2000 NY Education Jobs, have been helping educators find teaching jobs, administrative jobs, and support positions across New York State. Now with 100+ registered school districts and 5800+ candidates, they are New York's Premier Education Job Site.
Use this link to find a career in Education. Web site provides hot links to school district sites, NYS Dept. of Education, professional education organizations, college placement offices and more.
Phildelphia, Pennsylvania Schools Website
Education vacancies in Philadelphia, PA School District.
School - Jobs.net
Allows users to post their resumes as well as search a job database according to geographic region. This site also provides links to state departments of education and information on certification requirements.
Contains school and contact information on almost 300 boarding schools in the U.S., Canada, and overseas.
An employment resource for educators. Access 21,579 teaching jobs and more education jobs for FREE. Get e-mail alerts and save time!
Southern Teachers Agency
A recruiting service for Education and teaching positions in the south.
Free teacher placement service that allows individuals to post their resumes and receive e-mail when vacancies match their interests. Job seekers also receive their own homepage and personalized services. Note: registration is required.
Teaching Jobs: Yahoo! Education Page
An extensive listing of sites targeted toward educators.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program - USA
The central site for US applicants run out of the Embassy of Japan in Washington.
The New York State Education Department
An excellent resource for those searching for information about NYS school districts. Includes employment opportunities, a directory of NYS school districts and administrators and a clickable state map classified by county under "School Report Cards."
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